Tim Farron’s proud parents have given his manifesto pride of place on the fridge door for all their friends to see.
Tim, who only started at big politics two years ago, has tried his hardest despite being the littlest in his class and his parents are delighted he’s made such a lot of progress in that time.
The manifesto has a stiff card cover with a picture on it, with almost six pages of writing inside held in with a piece of thick orange string he tied himself.
“We’re so proud of Tim”, his mum told us. “He made the manifesto in crafts class and painted the cover with his own fingers, bless him.
“He did a lot of the sums himself and we only had to help him a little bit, and the social policy section he wrote himself after one of the bigger politicians pushed him off the swings.
“When he first went up to big politics we were worried he might struggle with some of the harder policies, and it makes us so happy to see our little man is really growing up.
“He did cry when the nasty head girl in the class above him was rude about his manifesto, but we’ve told him how good it is and promised him a whole bowl of ice-cream if he actually wins any seats.”